[ UK /mˈɪstɪnəs/ ]
  1. cloudiness resulting from haze or mist or vapor
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How To Use mistiness In A Sentence

  • The parental mistiness is not just about the brilliant experience that has matured their offspring; it is vicarious living.
  • It's all cannily designed to make America weak in the knees for Maverick, right down to the mistiness in his eyes when his best friend must be sacrificed...so that Maverick can get a little misty eyed and then push past that momentary weakness to kick a little Russian ass. Michael Giltz: DVDs: When Tom Cruise Became A Superstar
  • It stands outside my window like a huge lamp that sheds its light into my room, and even when the day is overcast, they dissipate the melancholy and scatter away all mistiness.
  • Her photo album had a certain interesting mistiness to the photos as given by her developing methods.
  • The colours are no longer saturated, indeed they take on a certain mistiness.
  • In fact, we would bring nothing but mistiness and confusion through any comparison unless we apprehend the particularities of western rhetoric.
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